Historian Roger Griffin’s definition of fascism – palingenesis, populism, and ultranationalism – is deceptively simple. There are literally hundreds of examples of things that Donald has done since he took office that support each of the three main points of Griffin’s definition.
Torture and extrajudicial killings of citizens by the US government run counter to the Fifth Amendment, and are thus unAmerican.
Values that are in opposition to the Declaration of Independence are, by definition, unAmerican.
Why Donald Trump is a fascist, part five of an eight part essay. Fascism according to historian Emilio Gentile’s definition.
On the rapes of Majid Khan and Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Pop quiz! Fill in the blank: rape is morally acceptable when __________. Time. Pencils down. I don’t know about you, but there was […]
Another reason this hard-left dirty libtard is also a radical 2nd Amendment supporter… The hazard of attempting to keep up with the full spectrum of the news/infotainment/propaganda establishment is that one actually becomes […]
One shudders at the phrases “systematic” and “industrial-scale” killing used by the three lawyers who prepared a report on torture and killing of detainees by the Assad regime. (Yet another huge story […]
Way back in March of 2008, as the campaign was running in high gear, I made clear that while I wasn’t in love with the Democratic frontrunners, the emerging alternative was worse: […]
Torture comes in many forms from excruciating pain to death — of the soul, if not the body — by a thousand cuts. Recently the conservative American Enterprise Institute held a forum […]
Exactly what is waterboarding a prisoner 83 — or 183 — times supposed to accomplish? We recently posted about the railroading of former CIA offer John Kiriakou on flimsy charges of violating […]